There are a number of types of “invisible” brace:

Invisalign Clear Aligner Braces

These are clear removable braces worn for twenty plus hours a day. These provide less control over tooth positioning, unless tooth coloured attachments are added to the teeth eg with some Invisalign treatments. In these more complex cases ceramic InVu braces may be more appropriate. Clear positioners are available in many branded and unbranded forms including Invisalign which we provide. Invisalign is the world leader and most advanced type allowing better control of tooth position.

Choose Invisalign if:

  • You would like to see how your teeth might look after treatment before you start
  • You would like both top and bottom teeth straightened
  • You would prefer a removable brace
  • You would like an almost invisible brace

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Lingual Braces

These braces can be used to treat a variety of orthodontic problems and are an extremely discreet way of straightening teeth compared with traditional metal braces. They are not suitable for all cases, but are particularly good for aligning the “social six” teeth at the front. They are like normal fixed braces, but with very small brackets and arch wires that are bonded to the back of the teeth making them virtually invisible to other people. 

Choose Lingual if:

  • You would like just your front teeth straightened
  • You would prefer a fixed brace
  • You would like the only completely invisible brace

More information here


Ceramic Braces

 These braces are fixed braces which use tooth coloured brackets which make them much less noticeable. We use InVu Ceramic Braces.

Choose InVu if:

  • You would like just your front teeth straightened
  • You would like both top and bottom teeth straightened
  • You would like all teeth straightened either top and/or bottom
  • You would prefer a fixed brace
  • You would like an almost invisible brace
  • You would like the most control of your final smile

More information here

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